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The 16th draft rules are now available, taking into account the numerous comments on the 15th draft. Here are the main points to note.
Up close and personnel: new compensation limits announced and Unison’s challenge of employment tribunal fees dismissed
Bristows has published its Up close and personnel newsletter for February 2014.
In November, a US court gave a significant judgment on the scope of the US ‘fair use’ provision, holding that Google’s acts in relation to the Google Books project constitute fair use.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has delivered judgment in a seminal case on how hyperlinking and framing should be treated under copyright law in the EU.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has today given useful clarity for rights holders in the fight against counterfeit goods coming into the EU.
Bristows has published its Up close and personnel newsletter for January 2014.
It is common for leases to include a covenant preventing the tenant from underletting the whole of the premises without the landlord’s prior consent.
As a lease approaches the end of its term, can a landlord push through significant capital expenditure under the service charge?
Break clauses often include an obligation upon the tenant to have settled all arrears of rent up to the break date in order for a tenant’s option to terminate the lease to be effective.
Contractual obligations cannot always be absolute. For this reason you will often see obligations qualified so the performer has to use ‘reasonable’ or ‘best’ endeavours.
The appeal judgment in Threlfall v ECD Insight Ltd raises the prospect that a director may be held liable for costs owed by a company.
The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in Graiseley Properties v Barclays Bank, heard jointly with Deutsche Bank v Unitech Global.
The High Court has considered whether a party can get an injunction preventing another party from terminating a licensing agreement where this would result in the cessation of one party’s business.
The Court of Appeal has spoken about the way in which it will deal with those who fail to comply with either procedural directions, practice orders or with the rules of civil procedure.
This article addresses the most significant resulting proposals and focuses in particular on new powers for the Competition Appeal Tribunal.
The harmonisation of member states’ damages laws relating to EU competition law have long been on the European Commission’s agenda.
Bristows has released the December 2013 issue of Automotive Focus, which consists of legal articles commenting on issues of general interest to automotive clients.
The act of making is not well defined. This article provides some examples where the court has considered acts that fall close to the line.
The application of ETS to commercial aviation activities has been beset with controversy from the outset and had threatened to bring about all-out international trade war.
It is now a year since agreement was reached to finalise the unitary patent and pan-European patents court — the Unified Patent Court or UPC.